In the windows operating system, when you try to map a drive to the network share by the using different user credentials then you may get the following error message on the screen, they like that:
Error 1219 ERROR_SESSION_CREDENTIAL_CONFLICT
Generally, this error message also occurred when you use the user credentials to map drive to a network share on a client system that is running windows 7 and windows server 2008 R2 or when you disconnect the mapped drive or while you perform an action that causes a change notification in input and output request packet to be sent from the drive. You know this error message are very critical error when it arise on the windows operating system then the system performance get slow and you might also face many several problems like system problems or windows problems. So, you required to solve this error message as sooner as possible.
Common reasons behind this error message
This windows error message usually occurred due to various reasons, some of the most common reasons behind this error message are cached handle is not closed properly on the system. When you disconnect the mapped drive from the network share a handle is cached, this happened because the network share is a root of the share and then when you try to drive sends the change notification IRP and then cancels the change notification IRP; the cached handle is not closed perfectly. Thus the handle blocked the connection between the drive and network share for other users.
To resolve this windows 7 or windows server 2008 R2 error message throughout the following methods:
Method 1: You can use the IP address of the remote server when you are trying to connect to the network share.
Method 2: You should also create a different Domain Name System (DNS) alias for the remote server, and then you should also use this alias to connect to the network share.
Method 3: You should reboot your system when you face this error message on your system.
Method 4: Whole scan your system though any good and advance antivirus tool because this error some time also occur due to virus infection into the system.
If above these methods cannot fix this windows 7 or windows server 2008 R2 error message then you have only one option to choose third party repair tool. This third party repair tool can also scan your system and remove all virus infection from your system.